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  • 1. ESNA – European Sensor Network Architecture Walter Colitti Dept. of Electronics and Informatics (ETRO) Vrije Universiteit Brussel (VUB) In collaboration with EhB-IWT Outline Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium ETRO-TELE group Dept. of Electronics and Informatics – LAMI: Lab. for Micro- & Photonelectronics – DSSP: Digital Speech and Signal Processing – IRIS: Image Processing and Machine Vision – TELE: Group of Telecommunications People R&D • Prof. Marnix Goossens - Coordinator • Sensor networks: routing algorithms, • Prof. Kris Steenhaut - Coordinator MAC layer design, topology control, … • Dr. Jan Lemeire - PostDoc. • Optical networks: intelligent networks, Researcher GMPLS control plane, QoS, … • Joris Borms – Researcher • Artificial Intelligence: intelligent • Walter Colitti – Researcher heuristics for networking based on • Bart Lemmens – Researcher multiagent systems • Pasquale Gurzi – Researcher • Nashat Abughalieh Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium
  • 2. ITEA: The program • Strategic pan-European programme – Advanced R&D in software for Software-intensive Systems and Services (SiS) – Stimulates and supports projects giving European industry a leading edge in the area of SiS – 730 partners from 25 countries (small and large companies, research institutes and universities) • ITEA 2 projects – 84 projects of which 70 are completed and 14 are running – Two-phase programme, with four Calls for Projects in each phase – Duration of projects is three years maximum – Goal is to mobilise a total of 20,000 person-years over the full eight-year duration – The third ITEA 2 call opened on 21st of February and closed on11th of April Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium ESNA: The project • Aims to provide the necessary support for effective development of Wireless Sensor Network (WSN) applications – Standard architecture – Technology and application-development guidelines – Proof-of-concept implementations • The objective of ESNA is to contribute to establishing wireless sensor networks as a technology discipline serving business needs – Explore and model detailed application requirements that will drive technology development – Explore and further develop technologies for WSN applications – Explore methodology and business aspects of WSN • The technological result will be an open sensor network system architecture with support for several off-the-shelf sensor network nodes, – applications, – software development kits – middleware services Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium ESNA: Market relevance • Wireless sensor networks is an emerging technology – Huge application potential – Huge market importance Deployed sensor nodes 2005 2006 2007 2008 2009 2010 (thousands) (Industry sector / Year) Manufacturing and 108 259 778 2955 10638 34040 Refining Power Generation 63 126 277 776 2018 4440 Public Water 45 83 183 476 1238 2971 Oil and gas upstream 18 37 104 291 773 1971 and downstream Misc. 12 18 36 97 272 817 Total 246 469 1238 4207 13894 41451 • High business value in the usage of sensor networks to make existing businesses more efficient Efficient production monitoring Environmental monitoring Precision agriculture Automation and electrical distribution Building and home automation Area and property surveillance Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium
  • 3. ESNA: Research partners Swedish Institute of Computer Science Swedish Institute of Computer Science Technical Research Centre of Finland University of Oulu (Finland) Universidad Politécnica de Madrid Vrije Universiteit Brussel Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium ESNA: Coordination Swedish Institute of Computer Science Contiki OS • An operating system for memory-constrained networked embedded systems • Open source, highly portable, multi-tasking • 2 kilobytes of RAM and 40 kilobytes of ROM •Event-driven kernel • Application programs are dynamically loaded and unloaded at runtime • Light-weight protothreads provide a linear, thread-like programming style • Huge impact • Adopted by over 100 companies world-wide • Satellite systems, oil boring and pipeline, TV transmission, movie processing, monitor and security, switching and routing, network cameras, BMW racing car engines • Used in system development kits from hardware manufacturers (Analog Devices, Altera, Xilinx) alliance • Promoting the use of IP for Smart Objects • Formed by a group of leading technology vendors and users • Cisco, Ericsson, Sun Microsystems, SICS, Sensinode, … • www.ipsoalliance.org Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium ESNA: Industrial partners Communication Research Labs Sweden Edosoft Factory, Spain New wireless technology for control, Surveillance and alarm systems, Sweden Métodos y Tecnología, Spain Acciona Infrastructuras, Spain Electronic Guard Center AB, Sweden Centron System Solutions, Ireland Intar OY, Finland Space Application Services, Belgium VTI Technologies, Finland Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium
  • 4. ESNA in Belgium Instituut voor de aanmoediging van innovatie door Wetenschap ESNA-BE & Technologie in Vlaanderen (IWT) ESNA-BE project • Objective: creation of a WSN technology toolbox for space oriented applications • Start from the terrestrial WSN toolbox and add space-specific technology • Benefits • Occupy a leading role in the adoption of WSNs in space market • Feedback to ESNA-EU • Focus: end-to-end system for Earth Observation (EO) • Pico- or Nano-satellites with sensing capabilities • Cooperate in a constellation to replace traditional expensive satellites Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium ITEA 2 call for projects • Idea is to capitalize on the ESNA project – Use of the work carried out during ESNA – Include complementary areas Possible areas of interests • Programmability – Protocols and protocol architectures – Simulation models and tools • Performance debugging – Self-opimization and utility based optimization • Empirical energy measurements • Intelligent nodes • Security in WSNs • Data flow through WSNs – Flow control, aggregations, data management Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium Contacts • People – Coordinator: Prof. Kris Steenhaut – Researcher: Walter Colitti – Researcher: Joris Borms • Contact – Walter Colitti – ETRO Dept., VUB, Pleinlaan 2, 1050, Brussel – Email: walter.colitti@etro.vub.ac.be – Tel: 02 2 629 29 06 – Fax: 02 2 629 28 70 • Project website – http://www.sics.se/esna/ Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium
  • 5. The END Walter Colitti Academia-to-Business Forum, 30/09/2008, Gent-Ledeberg, Belgium

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